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Intensive care units are the areas where critically ill patients are treated when they need advanced vital support.


General intensive care

In Kolan Hospital Group Intensive Care Unit, the latest technological devices are
used in the diagnosis, follow-up, treatment and support stages, all kinds of
situations can be intervened, and patients are kept under observation by
specialist doctors for 24 hours.

Kolan Hospital Group Intensive Care Departments serve in 4 separate units as general
(adult), neonatal, coronary and Cardiovascular Surgery (KVC) intensive care

Diseases Treated and Followed in General Intensive Care:

Traumas (Head traumas, Thoracic traumas)

Cerebrovascular diseases (such as stroke, strokes) can cause disability and even death. In
particular, early diagnosis of cerebral hemorrhage and treatment of patients in
the intensive care unit should be done and even operated if necessary. In
our hospital, the treatment of patients with cerebral hemorrhage is carried out
by experienced physicians. Patients who are taken to intensive care are
taken into care and follow-up plan by the nurses from the first day. For
patients who cannot or should not swallow food, a thin tube is attached through
the nose and food is delivered directly into the stomach. The
gastrointestinal tract is used whenever possible for the nutrition of sick

Chronic respiratory diseases (COPD)

COPD acute attack is defined as a worsening period accompanied by an increase in
shortness of breath and decrease in daily performance, change in sputum amount
and color, aggravated cough, high fever and / or mental deterioration in a
patient with a stable course. An acute attack is defined as the duration
of one or more of these symptoms for at least 24 hours. The majority of
mild acute attacks can be treated at home without the need for hospitalization. However,
moderate and severe attacks must be treated in the Intensive Care Units of

Severe infections, sepsis, septic shock

Sepsis is a serious disease in which the body overreacts to any infection. The
infection site is targeted in the normal body’s response to infection. In
sepsis, the immune system initiates a chain reaction to fight infection. The
body’s response causes symptoms throughout the body rather than being localized
at the site of infection. This condition is also called systemic response. As
a result of this systemic response, patients with sepsis usually have fever,
faster heartbeat than normal, and breathing more than normal. In some
patients, the response to infection is out of control, disrupting the balance
of the body and damaging one or more vital organs. This systemic response
is more dangerous than the infection itself. Medical approach to sepsis
patients is very important. Intensive Care Unit of the patient

Muscular nervous system diseases (myasthenia gravis, guillian
barre etc.)

Heart failure, MI, cardiogenic shock

Tetanus, Botulismus, Food Poisoning

Advanced endocrine disorder

Neurological patients (cerebrovascular events, intracranial hemorrhages)

Post-operative care and treatment of patients who underwent critical surgery

Acute and chronic poisoning

Heavy bleeding and hemorrhagic shock

Acute respiratory failure due to any cause

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